Hands to Larger Service
Members of the 4-H program, on a local and state level, pledge their hands to larger service. Those in the program agree to serve their community in a variety of ways while they are active. This service takes many different forms; however youth are encouraged to find enjoyable and engaging ways to interact with their community. In the past, club members and leaders have assisted their communities by planting gardens at local buildings, organizing litter clean-ups in natural areas, serving milkshakes during the county fair, and planting trees with the conservation district.
In Potter County, 4-H members of all ages are recognized at the end of the program year for the service they provide throughout their communities each year. Youth can participate in service offerings chosen by club and county leaders, or research community needs to accomplish on their own. If you or someone you know is interested in performing community service, consider joining or volunteering with a local 4-H club in the area!
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